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Unisex Library Tee

Unisex Library Tee

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American Apparel has found a new passion for exploring the depths of library archives. We plan to bring our favorite images to you in the form of the Library Series T-Shirt collection.

About the prints:

Juveniles LAPD - This photograph (Anonymous, 1966), part of the Herald-Examiner collection, depicts a group of kids dispersing to avoid trouble with the police on the Sunset Strip.

Vex Nightclub - Gary Leonard photographed this woman outside of The Vex, a nightclub in the Crenshaw district of Los Angeles, in November of 1980.

Pair at Gay Parade - A pair marches down Santa Monica Blvd in the West Hollywood Gay Pride Parade, 1984. Photographed by Mike Sergieff, part of the Herald Examiner Collection.

Anti-Homophobe Rally - Protestors outside an Anaheim hotel in 1989, holding signs to silently demonstrate their opposition to homophobia. Photographed by Chou Ching Yeh, part of the Herald Examiner Collection.

"When this one with a print from 1966 dropped on to our desks – depicting a group of youths on the Sunset Strip dispersing to avoid any police confrontation – the whole office cooed." - Grazia Daily

• Poly-Cotton (50% Polyester / 50% Cotton) construction • Durable rib neckband • Fits slimmer than our 2001 • Unisex size – women may prefer to order one size smaller

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